A finding not resulting in an acquittal at a hearing for the alleged commission or attempted commission of the offense. The Sex Offender Registry was created in response to the Illinois Legislature’s determination to facilitate access to publicly available information about persons convicted of sex offenses. ISP has not considered or assessed the specific risk of re-offense with regard to any individual prior to his or her inclusion on this Registry and has made no determination that any d c sex offender registry included in the Registry is currently dangerous.
Anyone who uses this information to commit a criminal act against another person is subject to criminal prosecution. ISP makes no representation, express or implied, that the information contained on the Registry is accurate. The information contained on the Registry can change quickly so the current residence, status or other information regarding an offender may not be accurate. Though much of the information is of record, some information is gathered from the offenders themselves who may fail to provide any or accurate information.
Additional information and verification can be obtained from the local law enforcement agency where the sex offender resides. A complete public record of Illinois criminal history can be obtained from the Illinois State Police Bureau of Identification. The information contained on this site does not imply listed individuals will commit a specific type of crime in the future, nor does it imply that if a future crime is committed by a listed individual what the nature of that crime may be. ISP makes no representation as to any offender’s likelihood of re-offending. Information compiled on this Registry may not be used to harass or threaten sex offenders or their families. Harassment, stalking or threats may violate Illinois criminal law. You must agree with all the conditions set forth above to enter this site.
Please type the code below into the space provided and then click AGREE. If you choose not to agree with the conditions, click DO NOT AGREE to be redirected to the main Illinois State Police homepage. June 5, 2018 Individuals convicted of one or more registerable offenses on or after January 21, 1996 must register as a sex offender with the Division of Criminal Justice Services. Additionally, any person convicted of a registerable offense who was incarcerated or under parole or probation supervision for the offense on January 21, 1996 is required to be registered. Below are three categories of offenses which require registration. New York State Penal Law Sex Offenses The following list contains the New York State Penal Law statutes for which registration as a sex offender is required.
1 If the underlying offense is a class A or a class B felony, then the offense of luring a child shall be considered respectively, a class C felony or class D felony. 3 A registerable offense only if the victim is less than seventeen years old and the offender is not the parent of the victim. 4 A registerable offense only if the person patronized is in fact less than seventeen years old. 5 A registerable offense unless the trial court finds that registration would be unduly harsh and inappropriate. The Attempt version of this offense is registerable for those offenders who committed the offense on or after Sept.